Cameron Setian of Williamsburg, a recent graduate of Walsingham Academy, was named the recipient of the 2010 D.A. Taylor Lacrosse Award as the top high school boys lacrosse player in southeastern Virginia. Setian became the first goalkeeper to win the award, which was started in the spring of 2007. A two-time captain for Walsingham, Setian twice earned first-team All-Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools and twice was named all-state. As a 12th-grader, he averaged 19 saves per game and posted a save percentage of 65. He has enrolled at Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pa. There, he will join his brother Andrew, a junior midfielder for the Diplomats. The award Cameron received is named after D.A. Taylor, a student-athlete at Norfolk Academy who died of meningitis during his junior year in 1995. The foundation named after him provides scholarships to college students from Hampton Roads.
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